uncharted vs unchartered

uncharted unchartered


  • 1) not surveyed or mapped
  • 2) Not charted or recorded on a map or plan.


  • 1) Not chartered; not on the map
  • 2) unprecedented; unknown
  • 3) not chartered


  • 1) Yet between now and then there is much uncharted territory to be crossed, constitutionally and legally.
  • 2) The album may venture into uncharted territory, but it sounds like second nature.
  • 3) This led the FTSE 100 into uncharted territory.
  • 4) We would be in uncharted constitutional territory.
  • 5) For the journey from politics to football is a largely uncharted one.
  • 6) We hope that will not happen but this is uncharted territory.
  • 7) This episode moves the comedy a few tentative steps into uncharted territory.
  • 8) She has the resources to draw us into uncharted territory.
  • 9) In doing so the partnership will be entering uncharted territory.
  • 10) But here the story careers off into wholly uncharted territory.
  • 11) But finding them is not a question of exploring uncharted territory.
  • 12) We are going into uncharted territory.
  • 13) It felt like completely uncharted territory.
  • 14) British politics is in uncharted territory.
  • 15) No foreign navy stood a chance against the Venetian fleet in its uncharted maze of islands.
  • 16) This takes it into largely uncharted territory, although it already has two licenses there.
  • 17) These Paralympics have taken this message into uncharted territory.
  • 18) The Western financial system is entering uncharted territory.
  • 19) Last week came the sickening lurch, the sudden drop into uncharted territory.
  • 20) Far from business as usual, this squeeze will take us into very new and largely uncharted territory.
  • 21) Many doctors have also turned to it for information and advice on the management of a syndrome still largely uncharted in the medical literature.
  • 22) This largely uncharted subject matter brings its own complications, not least the danger of slipping into reportage or polemic.
  • 23) Many are eager to use it when it reinforces their settled positions, but they become skittish when it moves into uncharted areas.
  • 24) They kick things off with the search for evidence of life on Mars and ask viewers to help explore an uncharted area of the red planet.
  • 25) A family's holiday to Bermuda goes badly wrong when they are shipwrecked on an uncharted island.
  • 26) I've been anxious about the potential awkwardness of a meeting and worried about possible financial liabilities that could come out of this largely uncharted legal territory.
  • 27) ‘It requires going into uncharted areas that may or may not be popular.’
  • 28) ‘All that was necessary to test that hypothesis was to get on a ship and go to one of these uncharted areas and see.’
  • 29) ‘On top of that, the question of involving the private service providers had remained an uncharted field.’
  • 30) ‘For we are out there in virtual space, in virtual time, and in my mind's eye those are dark uncharted zones.’
  • 31) ‘Greco's dance is not an easy option, living as it does like a Beckett character in strange, uncharted territory.’
  • 32) ‘They play it with the enthusiasm of pioneers coming upon uncharted and unclaimed land.’
  • 33) ‘The frontier was not only physical; it was also legal - uncharted legal land.’
  • 34) ‘Twice more he struck as if he was securing a flagpole into the soil of a previously uncharted land.’
  • 35) ‘It is acknowledged that it would be better if more examples could be located, especially as this is relatively uncharted territory.’
  • 36) ‘For a professional explorer to stumble upon such uncharted territory can be very chastening.’
  • 37) ‘It was time to delve into uncharted territory: the workings of the handle itself.’
  • 38) ‘The difference between now and the lead-up to the Monaghan match is that they are no longer in uncharted territory.’
  • 39) ‘Keighley visited uncharted territory at Middlesborough based Acklam in their Yorkshire Shield second round tie.’
  • 40) ‘This year's Undead is clearly the work of Jackson disciples, but it also heads into uncharted territory.’
  • 41) ‘We were in uncharted territory and sought out the most conservative response.’
  • 42) ‘The stakes are terribly high as operators enter uncharted territory in the broadband world.’
  • 43) ‘So again, I'd stress that we're going into uncharted territory with reefs and the environment.’
  • 44) ‘Are the farmers happy to go forward into these companies, which everybody has said go into uncharted territory?’
  • 45) ‘Proulx is interested in the uncharted territory between American kitsch and genius.’
  • 46) ‘Reaching the last 16 at Wimbledon was very much uncharted territory and the hard court season proved even better.’


  • 1) It is a bit like venturing into unchartered territory.
  • 2) It's exciting as we're going into unchartered territory.
  • 3) So how should policymakers respond to the unchartered waters of the modern world?
  • 4) You know you've strayed into unchartered fashion territory when even basic syntax fails you.
  • 5) Unfamiliar cultures and challenging social work did not faze her; relationships, however, were unchartered territory.
  • 6) Wales are moving into unchartered territory.
  • 7) "We're in unchartered territory," EnCap's lawyer wrote.
  • 8) Predators in unchartered territory, they are starting to make their rivalry with the Columbus Blue Jackets very one-sided.
  • 9) We can't let him go too much, he's in unchartered waters.
  • 10) They're a team that has been to the postseason numerous times and we're in unchartered waters right now.
  • 11) "We are in unchartered waters as a basketball team right now," said Penn State coach Jerry Dunn.
  • 12) Or were they going to rule in favor of the Gore campaign lawyers that the recount should resume and let the chips fall where they may, which would take us into what we now all call unchartered territory?
  • 13) People about the book, tentatively titled unchartered terriTORI
  • 14) In this case, people are asking, because they're this global organization, could they play a role in helping in this crisis, especially because we're in kind of unchartered territory, they might have some mechanisms because they talk to everybody, they have offices in every country, they deal with financial issues with everybody?
  • 15) QUESTION: I realize this is kind of unchartered waters, but I mean how would this normally work?

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